Question about 1995 GMC Sierra C1500
You Need To Replace The Motor Blower Resister Located On Pass Side Right Next To blower Motor
Posted on Apr 25, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you need to replace the fan ...its under the hood on the passenger side held in bt 3 screws and one plug this is the only motor on that side of the vehicle and only takes a half hour to change out
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
SOURCE: heater temp control not working
We had the same problem in our 98 GMC Jimmy. Was blowing hot air everywher with everything shut off & air conditioning would not work. We found out it was the Blend Dood Actuator, it is located behind the glovebox. We purchased one on EBay & replaced it and are back on track again. Good luck!
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
SOURCE: I have a 1995 GMC
well i would say so as well ,but in all honesty iam a europeon mechanic with limited experiance on american vehicles ,look on the water pipes into the heater for a electrical solonoid operating tap ,if none fitted then it could be the vacumn operated control flap on the heater box inside the vehicle
Posted on Jan 13, 2011
When the van is warmed completely check the top radiator hose by squeezing it together. If you can squeeze it without any resistance replace the radiator cap. The coolant is not circulating properly and can keep the heater from working. If you cannot squeeze the hose together than you may have a bad water pump. The water pump has fins inside of its' case. Those fins may be rusted completely off to where the water cannot circulate. You can check the circulation by feeling the top and bottom hose coming off of the water pump to the radiator. Both those hoses should be the same temp. If not I would consider changing the water pump.
Posted on Mar 11, 2011
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